5 edition of Decision Making in Health Care found in the catalog.
March 13, 2000 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gretchen B. Chapman (Editor), Frank A. Sonnenberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||452|
Get this from a library! Shared decision-making in health care: achieving evidence-based patient choice. [Adrian Edwards; Glyn Elwyn;] -- Evidence-based medicine is ingrained in the practice of modern medicine. Patient choice is increasingly high on the political agenda. Can the two trends co-exist? This book charts the changing. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: The role of consent in the relationship between physician and patient / Salvatore Pisu [and others] --Decision-making and expert patients / Sally Lindsay --Women in a world of men's disease: the case of female cardiac patients / Michal Rassin --Cardiologist-patient. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Contents: Expert Commentary: End of Life Decision Making: Autonomy and Capability / Guido Miccinesi and Claudia Borreani --Ch. I. Decision Making Process and Health Seeking Patterns of Young Women with Unplanned Pregnancies, Bangkok, Thailand / Wanapa Naravage and .
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(Summary from the book jacket) Decision making is a crucial element in the field of medicine. The physician has to determine what is wrong with the patient and recommend treatment, while the patient has to decide whether or not to seek medical care and whether to go along with the treatment recommended by the by: Glyn Elwyn is a primary care clinician who has research interests in shared decision-making, decision support technologies, risk communication and the integration of health informatics into clinical practice.
He has published Decision Making in Health Care book articles.4/5(1). This book aims to provide a practical guide to evidence synthesis for the purpose of decision making, starting with a simple single parameter model, where all studies estimate the same quantity (pairwise meta-analysis) and progressing to more complex multi-parameter structures (including meta-regression, mixed treatment comparisons, Markov models of disease progression, and epidemiology models).Cited by: Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties.
Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading results. Furthermore, patient values and service costs must be by: Evidence Synthesis for Decision Making in Healthcare is intended for health economists, decision modelers, statisticians and others involved in evidence synthesis, health technology assessment, and economic evaluation of health technologies.
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The high-performance expectation of nurses is dependent upon the nurses’ continual learning, professional accountability, independent and interdependent decisionmaking, and creative problem-solving by: Fundamental to informed decision-making is a two-way dialogue between patients and their health practitioners about the benefits, risks and alternatives of treatment, taking into account the patient’s personal circumstances, beliefs and priorities.
A well informed. Author information: (1)Department of Public Administration, Health Care Administration Program, University of Hawaii-West Oahu, Ala Ike, Pearl City, HIUSA.
[email protected] The purpose of this article is to describe a step-by-step process for decision making, and a Cited by: n I troducon ti to Bioethics and Ethical Decision Making Karen c RLh.
i OBJECTIVE S A ft er reading this chapter, the reader should be able to do the following: 4. Discuss the hist ory of bioethics. Use the approach of ethical principlism in nursing practice.
Analy ze bioethical issues in File Size: 3MB. Provides a comprehensive examination of health care decision making from theoretical and applied perspectives Encompasses decision making from the individual Decision Making in Health Care book the societal level, including important health-related decisions outside the clinical setting Offers a unique translational approach to health decision making, taking theory to practice.
The breadth of information in Shared Decision Making in Health Care Decision Making in Health Care book it the definitive source of expert knowledge for healthcare policy makers. As health care systems adapt to increasingly collaborative patient-clinician care frameworks, this will also prove a Decision Making in Health Care book.
Decisions made at the macro level can often be from politically charged topics (Sabik & Lie, ). At the meso level, there is little evidence to guide decision-making in regards to service priorities of a health care system as a whole (Imison, Sonola, Honeyman, & Ross, ), with most approaches focusing on a single intervention or condition (Angelis, Kanavos, & Montibeller, ).Author: Haylee Lane, Jennifer M.
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Thistimely book explores shared decision-making by examining from practical and theoretical perspectives what should be part of the decision-making process, what the benefits and potential difficulties are when it is attempted, and examples of how this is achieved in real health care practice for several health conditions.
For nearly fifteen years Practical Decision Making in Health Care Ethics has offered scholars and students a highly accessible and teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field.
Devettere's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties, but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life -- in short, an ethics of personal well-being grounded.
Sound clinical judgement and decision-making is vital to delivery of high quality, patient-centred, nursing and interprofessional healthcare. Decisions in health care can be particularly awkward, involving a complex web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs.
It is not surprising that there is often considerable disagreement about the best course of by: 1. Contents Books About: This book provides a systematic approach to bioethical decision making that can help clarify issues in situations where right and wrong may not be clearly defined.
This approach is based on the interaction of health professional and patient, focusing on the well-being and right to self-direction of both.
Decision Making in Health Care, first published inis a comprehensive overview of the field of medical decision making - a rapidly expanding field that includes quantitative theoretical tools for modeling decisions, psychological research on how decisions are actually made, and applied research on how physician and patient decision making.
Decision making is central to health policy and medical practice. Because health outcomes are probabilistic, most decisions are made under conditions of uncertainty.
This review considers two classes of decisions in health care: decisions made by providers on behalf of patients, and shared decisions between patients and by: Summary of Health Care Decision Statutes Enacted in ; Health Care Decision-Making in Clinical Settings.
This research project launches a major study of how health care providers make health care decisions for patients in a clinical setting who lack capacity and have nothing in writing naming a person to make health care decisions.
Navigating fairness, loyalty, and bias at work. Febru How Systems Support (or Undermine) Good Decision-Making. Managing organizations Digital Article. It’s. Nurse administrators are compelled to manage the dynamic health care system and advance excellence at every level of the organization.
A challenge that besets nursing management points at developing the capacity of nurse executives to apply critical thinking in making decisions and establishing priorities in the clinical setting.
To this direction, the theory titled “Critical thinking and Author: Lilian G. Tumapang. For nearly fifteen years Practical Decision Making in Health Care Ethics has offered scholars and students a highly accessible and teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field.
Devettere's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties, but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life--in short, an/5. What is Decision Making. In its simplest sense, decision-making is the act of choosing between two or more courses of action.
In the wider process of problem-solving, decision-making involves choosing between possible solutions to a problem. Clinical Judgement and Decision Making in Nursing: Edition 3 - Ebook written by Mooi Standing. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Clinical Judgement and Decision Making in Nursing: Edition : Mooi Standing.
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Devettere offers a com pelling and well-written introduction to. The book discusses the analytical and policy challenges that face health systems in seeking to allocate resources efficiently and fairly.4/5(2). Decision making in health care means navigating through a complex and tangled web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs.
In addition, medical therapies may include side effects, surgery may lead to undesirable complications, and diagnostic technologies may produce inconclusive results. In many clinical and health policy decisions it is necessary 5/5(2).
You have made a decision to begin reading this volume, Clinical Decision Making in Mental Health Practice, on the basis of certain information that inﬂuenced your decision to pick up this copy, open it, and begin reading at this moment. Other decision-making processes will determine whether you.
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DEFINING PATIENT-CENTERED COMMUNICATION AND SHARED DECISION MAKING. The concept of patient-centeredness as an important attribute of high-quality health care gained national prominence with the IOM report Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century ().The IOM defines patient-centeredness as “providing care that is respectful of and responsive to individual Cited by: 1.
PHI V Ethical and Spiritual Decision Making in Health Care PHI V Topic 1 Assignment, Personal Worldview Inventory Discussion Question 1 The ethos of scientism and postmodernism has exacerbated the perceived philosophical and cultural tension.
Evidence Based Decision-Making 1 Introduction to Evidence Based Decision-Making Evidence Based Decision-Making is a process for making decisions about a program, practice, or policy that is grounded in the best available research evidence and informed by experiential evidence from the ﬁeld and relevant contextual evidence.
Discussing medical problems with a health care provider can be enormously satisfying or frustrating, or somewhere in between. When your health care provider has looked thoroughly at your health history and current symptoms, and you both discuss your values, priorities and concerns, your provider ideally will engage with you in shared decision making and help you make the best choice for you.
The book will be essential reading for frontline healthcare staff and managers in all specialties who wish to understand factors in health service delivery beyond their own immediate professional interests and engage actively with them to shape decisions.
decision-making process. We will pdf discussing the part "stakeholders" play in the decision-making process. Using the Integrative Social Contract Theory, we will be discussing "hypernorms" and unsolved dilemmas that exist within the Healthcare providing system.
Using .Download pdf overarching theme of the workshop discussion was that the ultimate goal of improving benefit–risk assessment and communication is to enable “better” healthcare decision Fendrick observed that there are two outcomes of better decisions: (1) reducing patient risk by decreasing the use of drugs that people want to take but wouldn’t take if they were better informed; and (2.Ross ebook presents an original and controversial look at the moral ebook that guide parents in making health care decisions for their children, and the role of children in the decision-making process.
She opposes the current movement to increase child autonomy, in favor of respect for family autonomy and proposes significant changes in what informed consent allows and requires for.